Thursday Mar 21 2013 comments Chris Cvitanov makes a visit to Roseville Fire Station 1 By: Photos by Kim Palaferri/Special to Press Tribune -A +A Buy This Photo Now Back on June 24, 2005, at approximately 4:00 p.m., Chris Cvitanov plans changed from a family vacation to fighting for his life after an auto accident nearly cost him his life. Cvitanov was burned on 45% of his body and was given a 3% chance of surviving, but because of the fast response and actions of Roseville Fire Department, he will have a life of gratitude for the firefighters who saved his life. Chris Cvitanov nearly died in an auto accident in 2005 but with the fast response of firefighters from Roseville Fire Department, he is healthy and lives a life that includes a golf game now and then. Roseville Fire Captain Rick Eggar talks to Chris Cvitanov about the night the the station saved Cvitanov's life. On June 24, 2005, Chris Cvitanov's life changed forever in an auto accident that nearly cost him his life. Nearly eight years later the now recovered accident victim pays a visit to the firemen who saved his life. Chris Cvitanov embraces firefighter paramedic Daniel Salois at the Roseville Fire Station #1 with Captain Rick Eggar looking on. The two firemen assisted in saving Cvitanov's life nearly eight years ago in a auto accident where Citivanov nearly lost his life. On June 24, 2005, Chris Cvitanov's life changed forever in an auto accident that nearly cost him his life. Nearly eight years later the now recovered accident victim pays a visit to the firemen who saved his life. Roseville Assistant Fire Chief Jeff Carman listens to Chris Cvitanov tell the stations fireman's how grateful he is for saving his life. Roseville firefighters from Station 1 were called out to an auto accident scene in 2005 were they saved Chris Cvitanov's life. To this day, CVitanov shows his appreciation with a visit to the station. On June 24, 2005, Chris Cvitanov nearly lost his life in an auto accident on Highway 65. On Thursday he stopped at the Roseville Firestation 1 to say thanks. Chris Cvitanov sustained burns to nearly 45% of his body and had a 3% chance of survival during a car crash on June 24th 2005. Nearly 8 years later, Cvitanov pays a visit to the firefighters at Roseville Fire Station #1 to thank them for saving his life. Chris Cvitanov shakes the hand of Roseville firefighter Daniel Salois who helped saved Cvitanov's life in 2005. Cvitanov was burned on 45% of his body and is now an advocate for the burn center.